Skip to main content

About your Search

20110301
20110331
SHOW
Today 32
( more )
STATION
FOXNEWS 76
WJZ (CBS) 65
CSPAN 53
SFGTV 48
CNN 46
WBAL (NBC) 43
CSPAN2 41
KGO (ABC) 38
WRC (NBC) 37
WMAR (ABC) 34
MSNBC 33
KNTV (NBC) 31
WJLA (ABC) 28
SFGTV2 22
KRON (MyNetworkTV) 21
WTTG (FOX) 20
( more )
LANGUAGE
English 739
Spanish 19
Search Results 0 to 49 of about 761 (some duplicates have been removed)
NBC
Mar 1, 2011 3:05am PST
" -- samuel l. jackson is here! [ cheers and applause ] furious anger! he is hilarious. he's got a new show on the history channel. my man, larry the cable guy is joining us! [ cheers and applause ] he makes me laugh. and we always like to break new talent on our show tonight. so one of my favorites -- i love this group. phantogram is going to be here! [ cheers and applause ] questlove is going to be playing with them tonight. it's going to be good. looking forward to that. [ cheers and applause ] so it's television debut love for phantogram. i'm psyched. you guys, it's time for "late night hashtags!" here we go. ♪ [ cheers and applause ] >> jimmy: that song is getting better and better. i love it. [ laughter ] these are lists on twitter where we give you the topic and you send in the tweets. now, it's february, valentine's day is coming up. love is in the air. so, yesterday, i started a hashtag called "worst pickup line." i asked you guys at home to tweet your worst pickup line. it could be a new one that you just invented or even one that's been used on you, whatever. we got thousands o
CBS
Mar 18, 2011 5:00pm EDT
. >> marv: and jackson back on the floor for memphis. we have had 14 lead changes, six ties. and will barton. he gets the roll. time-out is taken. it's down to a 3-point arizona lead. 38 seconds to go. back to tulsa in a moment. >> marv: 73-70. arizona with the lead. memphis with the possession arrow. each club with one time-out remaining. both teams over the foul limit. >> and memphis will pick up with the press, trying to force a turnover and if they don't get it, they will foul. arizona in the double bonus. so two free throws in case of a foul. >> marv: and they look to crack jones. and it's a time-out called. momo jones. he was able to call time-out to hold on to the basketball. >> steve: and that's a huge play because memphis had the possession arrow. that ball would have gone to memphis. the trap in the corner, he is tangled up and right here -- tough call. i think that was a jump ball. just stay off the freeways, all right? i don't want you going out on those yet. and leave your phone in your purse, i don't want you texting. >> daddy... ok! ok, here you go. be careful. >> thanks dad.
MSNBC
Mar 24, 2011 3:00pm EDT
murray, personal physician to the late michael jackson. dr. murray's accused of giving jackson anpropofol, charged with involuntary manslaughter. stephanie stanton has been gathering details. good afternoon. >> reporter: good afternoon. >> during the initial pretrial hearings we saw throngs of jackson supporters and dr. murray protesters at courthouse. it's a different atmosphere today. >> reporter: absolutely. a more low-key affair. we're not seeing fans. we haven't seen any members of the jackson family. during the preliminary hearing, it was essential will a huge media circus. we're not seeing that this time around. things are much more calm, much more low key. part of it may have to do with the fact cameras are not how a. howed in the courtroom during selection. they will be allowed in the courtroom when the trial gets under way in may. >> were any members of the jackson family on hand to witness the proceedings? >> reporter: yeah. today we haven't seen them, in fact. we were looking for them because they've stated that they plan to be here throughout every step of these court proceed
SFGTV
Mar 3, 2011 1:30pm PST
to that. >> thank you. >> thank you very much. >> mr. jackson west. after that, we will move to public comment. >> members of the board, mr. elsbernd, mr. tim, i applied for an appointment to the sunshine ordinance taskforce last year. i am interested in seat 11 as a member of the public. i was educated in media production, i have primarily worked in technology although over the past five years as a self-employed journalist. in terms of any political background, i am politically independent, i am not a member of any party or any organization. my commitment to the issue is one of someone who has spent a lot of time in interest cruising databases including the website. sometimes in frustration. while i have not worked through the sunshine ordinance process, i have experienced filings and requests on the federal level. in terms of the time commitment. i do work as a startup in san francisco, i am flexible in terms of where i can work and otherwise for a fairer consideration as i think there would to a thorough job. >> >> we will be open now for public comment. >> i am a san francisco resi
SFGTV
Mar 4, 2011 9:00am PST
back and available. thank you. >> the next speaker card is from mr. jackson. >> good afternoon. i would like to say congratulations to the new commissioners that are here. i was here to support you at the last hearing downstairs. this is the first time that the department of labor is coming to san francisco. one of the reason for that is because of the passage of the local hiring. i refuse to wait another 40 years for san francisco department to come into performance. i received a call before coming here today and i am really burned out. a department which is one of those work force ones. i named it to somebody. you know what? i am upset because what they don't seem to understand is that i pay their salaries. it is a slap in the face when the u.s. department coming from washington d.c. begins looking for information because i have known the lack of knowledge, and i know you have people watching this meeting today. do not allow miss jackson to file a complaint against your department. >> the information provided to us, is there a copy of the invitations to the they will have that informa
FOX
Mar 10, 2011 11:00pm EST
on capitol hill. jackson-lee says: "this hearing today is playing into al qaeda right now around the w" world." the hearing that had emotions running high. high.a chrysler worker fired for a tweet. the message that cost him his job. job. and she's not keeping a poker face about &pthis. the product one man created that has lady gaga going to court to stop. stop. 3 nats of water 3 streams turn to 3 helloo../ i'm... jeff barnd .. ..and i'm jennifer gilbert... maryland is under a state of emergency as heavy rain continues to flood the area... area... chief meteorologist...// vytas reid...// has beee tracking... the.../ storm.../ all... day...// today...// ááfirstáá...// let's... go to .../ karen parks.../ in... mount .../ washington ---/// ááwhereáá...// businesses.../// werr.../ evaauated....earlier tonight... tonight... 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 in: i'm worriedout: lose a lot of things. 3 flooding.../// also... caused problems.../ downtown. this was the scene inside the charles street parking garage at penn station. the heavy rain backed-
MSNBC
Mar 24, 2011 5:00am EDT
jackson. in her later years it was her charity work for aids research that she says kept her going. just days after celebrating her 79th birthday in february, taylor was hospitalized with congestive heart failure. taylor will be remembered for her beauty, generosity and grace. stephanie stanton, nbc news, los angeles. >> you know, bill, listening to everyone yesterday reflecting on her life, they always said, she would walk into a room and just captivate you. that was the type of person she was. she just had it. >> i think our generation we know her for the marriages, friends of michael jackson, the diamond. i didn't know a lot of her movies. i might take the time to rent. >> if you watch them, it's amazing. stay tuned. >>> president obama returns to washington where he'll begin explaining the action in libya to members of congress and to the american people. the question is, who will do the work that bombs cannot do to protect rebels and civilians on the ground? nbc's richard engel has an amazing report for us from inside the fight. >>> meanwhile, back at home, the ntsb is investigating
FOX
Mar 10, 2011 5:30am EST
:01:37 there needs to be a change gloria jackson's never met bradley but the mere mention of his name fills her heart with anger.11:02:50 and i find myself so full of hate and i don't like feeling like the hate iihave being brought out something in me i diin't ,3 evee know existed it does. a grieving grandmother... struggling to understand a system that cooldn't stop a killer rom possibly killing again.10:59:12 the system let me down because they let this person out on the street two pnd a half weeks ago, gllria's grandson ... who she's raised since he was little boy.... was at the same gas station as clinton bradley. 18 year old brandon jackson was with his friends. a high school senior with a promising future gunned down ...shot in the head. 11:00:466i just should have told him no he couldn't go and i thought myyelf something told me to tell brandon to stay home with me this time but i didn't he wanteddto hang out with his friends. bradley says he shot "asked for it". (maybe cover first part of bite with bible shot) 11:02:17 like the bible says an eye for an eye i believe that. a
FOX
Mar 30, 2011 5:00am EDT
, late last night. he was 19 year old willie jackson.he was found shot, on winlee road.jackson later died pt the hospital.no word on suspects. nato takes over the mission in libya today, as president obama offers a possible new option to help opposition rebels. greg black is following all the new developments. 3 tired of high gas prices?one group says the answer is blowing in the wind. what do we want? wind power!! when do we want it? now!! now!! members of the chesapeake climate action network, used a gas station as thier backdrop... to support wind energy in maryland.the group wants laws requiring residents to get 20 percent of thier energy from renewable sources by 20-22. if we don't get wind power we're going to see our gas prices and our fossil fuel prices go up. marylanders are going to hurt in their pocketbo. pocketbboks. the govornor's trying to get offssre wind farms built off our state's coast. and if you're still cringing every time you fill up at the pump? at an average of $3.57 a gallon, many people are looking for alternatives.... and finalll there might act
FOX News
Mar 10, 2011 1:00pm EST
to show up. some people, despite that it's in lockdown, are still getting inside. jesse jackson is one of them. so there's a small trickle of people getting in and out of the capital, but large crowds out here trying to get in. megyn? megyn: mike tobin, thank you. there are reports now and we've seen them ourselves that a new legal battle is shaping up over last night's vote. first, senate democrats now accuse the republicans that voted last night of violating state law. the democrats claim that that law requires at least 24 hours notice of a meeting or a vote like the one we saw. however, the nonpartisan chief senate clerk is disputing that saying no rules were broken. yesterday's 6:00 p.m. meeting was announced at 4:10 and protesters that rushed the building, reportedly smashing windows, forcing their way through windows, through doors, climbing through the blockades by the police, may be facing legal consequences as well. take a look at the scene last night. >> hey! come on. >> let us in. all: let us in! let us in! megyn: this story is far from over. coming up, the reverend jesse ja
MSNBC
Mar 10, 2011 6:00pm EST
's figure out how we can do that. sherrod brown of ohio and jesse jackson who joins us from outside the state capitol in madison, wisconsin. senator brown, i want to ask you a tough question. i want to start with you. look, these guys -- it's a national campaign, you're de dealing with it in your state of ohio, they're doing it in idaho and indiana and the list goes on and on. do the democrats have a counterplan? have you guys even sat together and said how are we going to match the $120 million and the $88 million. do you guys have a plan to fight back? >> yeah, we have several things to fight back. one, we've got a president with a loud microphone that's going to say no to these guys. >> really? when. >> yes, i think we do. we're already seeing the pushback in ohio. they did the same kind of -- call it a dirty trick, call it unusual, whatever. to pass the bill in ohio. they first of all took a republican no vote off the labor committee, substituting a republican yes vote. did the same thing in the rules committee, because they didn't have the votes. that's not going to work. we're
CNN
Mar 24, 2011 9:00pm EDT
. for example, the gifts from michael jackson, which were supposed to be very lavish. i would imagine would have a premium simply because michael bought them for her. >> yes. the fact that michael jackson gave it to her, the fact that she owned it, the quality of the jewels itself, is going to make it incredibly important. i think probably even more so than the duchess of windsor. >> that's an extraordinary statement. that makes her, john, i would imagine, one of the great private jewelry collectors of all time, doesn't it? >> without question. >> yeah. >> there have been royal collections, some have been sold, some will never be sold. but for -- for america and for the world today, this is a royal collection. >> yeah, prince dimitri, are you a royal, of course. would you go along with that? we see hollywood's queen in all senses including the tiaras and bangles? >> absolutely, i think elizabeth taylor of the maximum of glamor in the world right now. i mean, she was the greatest legend in america, still alive. >> and john block, what would be -- from your knowledge of the collection, the single
ABC
Mar 10, 2011 4:30am PST
until after 5:00. major connection ramps closed again as you make your way on jackson to southbound 880. that won't be reopened until 5:00 this morning so there are detours in place. we have the south 880 connector ramp to jackson closed as well. but as you'll notice, there aren't many accidents out there and traffic is light with a lot of green. here's a live shot at 680 in walnut creek. so a good start and it's still dry out there. eric, kristen. >> all right, frances. thank you very much. it's now 4:40 let's say. >> president obama hosts a gathering today on cyber bullying or bullying on general. but stopping cyber bullies in their tracks before it's too late. >> good morning, everyone. 4:42 on this thursday morning. you're looking live at our sutro camera looking at san francisco, the bay bridge. we can see all of that and it all looks dry right now. but that's about to change, and mike will tell us when coming up in just a few minutes. >> neighbors living near san mateo county elementary school are being told to watch out for mountain lions. the warning comes after the carcass of a
PBS
Mar 5, 2011 6:00pm PST
! wasteindustries.com. and barrett-jackson auction companies, specializing in providing products and services to classic and collector car owners, collectors and automotive enthusiasts around the world. the company produces collector car auctions in las vegas, scottsdale, and palm beach. barrett-jackson.com. ♪ last time on muscle car workout we got started on the metal patch for the '71 barracuda,, and i attempted to do some cutting and welding of sheet metal. but alan had to help me-- a lot. we did get the cutlass into the soda blast and we got started on the '23 t-bucket, all before alan went away for the weekend. now that he's back, let's go see what treat he brought back to the shop. megan: i had no idea that the '61 carryall was coming into the shop. i had only heard that we were doing a car for the boy scouts-- they never told me what it was gonna be or when it was gonna come in. my first impression was, what was that? because i've never seen a car like that before, and it's huge. it is a big '61. it's gonna be nice, it's gonna look really good. it was shocking. i saw it, it's like an
NBC
Mar 24, 2011 4:00am PDT
privately mourned the passing of one of her best friends, michael jackson. in her later years, it was her charity work for aids research that she says kept her going. stephanie stanton, nbc news, los angeles. >> really an american icon. a lot of tributes coming out for elizabeth taylor. >>> this comes to us from kxas nbc 5 in dallas, texas, where in nearby denton one teenager is pounding the pavement hoping to find some work in the world of politics. 18-year-old zorro is running for a seat on the city council. when he's not studying, the college student is campaigning meeting the residents he wants to represent. an incumbent opponent is his biggest hurdle on election day. but the chance to make a difference is the driving force that's keeping him from sitting on the sidelines. you were doing that when you were 18, right, bill? >> no, i wasn't. my mother does local politics and i have gone door to door knocking with her and it takes courage. >> i didn't realize. >> nowadays people don't like you knocking on their doors as much as they used to. >> with a kid like that i'm sure they'd love i
SFGTV
Mar 9, 2011 7:30am PST
. the other is part of the treatment plant improvements. president vietor: think you, ms. jackson. commissioner: and voluntary staff. >> the first two years of improvement planning is $7.60 million, budgeted, and that is really to get us started, but to start facility assessments. we have an asset management program, but we have to assess all of the assets we have up there, actually do a full assessment as to cover a program costs. in your 11-12 and 12-13, we have $8.30 million to implement planning, and then steps upper -- and then, it steps up. treasuring the, 2012. our biggest enemies are escalation and inflation. this is a very flattering picture of oceanside. this is taken from the south. if we were to ask about it when it was built in 1992, it was $200 million. if we were to build now that is below the san francisco zoo along the pacific ocean in a canyon below ground with a membrane that has animals running around on the top, it would be $2 billion. if we were to delay and build oceanside out in the future, the price goes up from there to $4 billion, so this is one of the c
ABC
Mar 31, 2011 5:00pm EDT
man. sterling lewis is charged in the death of willie jackson. jackson was found shot multiple times in the 4,000 block of winley road. police say jackson and a witness had planned to sell drugs to lewis. according to police, lewis pulled out a handgun and tried to steal those drugs. >>> and two men have been arrested for the murder of university of maryland student, steven weber. first-degree murder in the death of justin deshay overcash in january. he was found shot to death at home just off campus. the motive appears to be robbery. held without bond, williams is waiting extradition to prince georges county. >>> and tonight, annapolis police are searching for a man who grabbed a 16-year-old girl on her way to school. the incident happened in the 800 block of chesapeake avenue. the man grabbed the teen from behind as she was walking through an ally to her bus stop. she was able to run away. police don't know the race of the suspect, very few details. he was wearing a red hooded sweatshirt, a blackjack et, and dark pants. if you saw anything, you're asked to call police about this su
NBC
Mar 24, 2011 4:00pm EDT
performance. >>> jury selection began today in los angeles in the trial of michael jackson's doctor, conrad murray, accused of giving jackson a deadly amount of the drug propofol prior to the singer's death. >> stephanie stanton has the story from los angeles. >> doctor conrad murray arrived at the l.a. criminal court building and entered through the front door for the first phase of his voluntary manslaughter trial. the judge said there were about 160 potential jurors today to pick from. the first step is a financial hardship questionnaire. >> is to get rid of the people who would be devastated financially if they had to take two months out of their life to serve on the conrad murray jury. >> reporter: the judge said he would like to have between 85 and 100 people in the jury pool. those selected are then asked to fill out a lengthy questionnaire, with more than 100 questions. the judge has ordered those questionnaires be kept confidential, until the jury pool is selected. >> the idea of a questionnaire is to assemble unbiased jurors, to force them to answer hundreds of questions that will
KFSF
Mar 16, 2011 6:30pm PDT
nosotros agarramos a colate con una mujer misteriosa. y el médico de michael jackson le echa la culpa al astro del pop de su propia muerte. >>> y le ya regresamos. >>> india cede su espacio para que continúen las semifinales de la liga de la concacaf, vea en vivo monterrey- cruz azul esta noche por telefutura. ya regresamos. ♪ si, ya se...ya se. tengo que dejar...esto. tengo que llamar a la línea de ayuda gratuita para fumadores. ellos me darán un plan para dejarlo... entonces, ¿vas a... ...dejarlo? todo el mundo quiere que lo deje. mi esposa, mi doctor,... aaah...hasta mi perro. ¿alguien más quiere que lo dejes? ¿eh? ¿qué si alguien más quiere qe lo dejes? ¡yo! yo también quiero dejarlo. línea de ayuda para fumadores... aaah...sí, hola... ♪ >>> señores, seguimos afilados, y quiero que rl garcía muestre las imágenes exclusivas de colate, el esposo de paulina rubio con otra mujer. >>> realmente triste, y sorprendente a estas alturas que colate se esté convirtiendo más famoso que paulina, estas son imágenes de lo que ocurrió la tarde del lunes en un conocido café
SFGTV
Mar 10, 2011 1:00pm PST
will all be in very happy with the result. >> i would like to speak in support of jackson west. he cares a lot about open government and has the intersection of experience and technology and journalism naturally falls in the area of where the sunshine is concerned. having the connections to the committee on, people who want to see people working in city hall, i think he would do great job and we should let him. >> i am urging you to please take a [singing] good candidate for the task force and they up our city life. you give us hope for a better day and light up our night and make it better, all the way. it cannot be wrong. keep the task force strong. please line up our sunshine task force, light. >> thank you. are there any other speakers? seeing 9, public comment is closed. i see at least two of our sunshine task force. i would like to think of the applicants who applied for these seats. it is great to see there is such been an interest in transparency and the open government processes. it is good to see some and citizens who are interested in serving on our task force. we would like t
MSNBC
Mar 4, 2011 10:00am EST
of the united states. we'll ask latoya jackson about that. >>> get ready to meet this little guy. he's got the world smiling and laughing along with him. yeah. good morning to you. i'm richard lui in for the vacationing chris jansing. the unemployment rate has slipped to its lowest level in nearly two years. here is the big headline. 8.9% for february. that's the number that we're seeing for unemployment. the labor department says 192,000 jobs were added last month. the best showing in nearly a year. we're joined by cnbc's trish regan. bi, that's a great number, huh? >> hey, richard. he have good news and bad news. the good news is you're right, it's pretty much as expected, 192,000 is in line with what economists had been looking for. but 8.9%, that's a great headline. and americans can take some confidence in the fact that the unemployment rate is moving lower. now, i want to break it down by sector for you here, richard, and go through what we're seeing in terms of the sectors that are picking up the most. professional and business services added 47,000 jobs. manufacturing, 33,000. cons
NBC
Mar 24, 2011 5:00pm EDT
. >> the doctor involved in the death of michael jackson appeared in court today. there are no fans in the process of deciding the 12 men and women who will decide the fate of dr. conrad murray. >> dr. conrad murray arrived at the l.a. criminal courts building and entered through the front door for the first phase of these involuntary manslaughter trial. it is the start of jury selection. the judge said there were about 160 potential jurors to pick from. the first step is the financial hardship questionnaire. >> it is to get rid of the people who would be affected financially if they had to serve for two months on the jury. >> those selected are asked to fill out a lengthy questionnaire, more than 100 questions. the judge has ordered those questionnaires be kept confidential before the jury pool is selected. >> the idea of face it -- of the questionnaire is to select unbiased jurors got to answer questions that will show whether they have questions about this case and whether they have strong opinions. >> he appeared before a packed courtroom. he is facing one count of involuntary manslaughter for
CBS
Mar 30, 2011 4:00pm EDT
, even. i'm kai jackson. >> and i'm mary bubala. here's what people are talking about. >>> transfer of control. danielle notingham reports where people were briefed. >> reporter: rebels forced to run back to safety as moammar gadhafi takes control of a town. fighting east of the port of bregga. even though they have essentially shut down gadhafi's air troops. his planes remain strong. nato flew over wednesday. but that wasn't enough to turn back the tide and push back gadhafi's fighters. all of this comes on a day when the u.s. transferred control of the air campaign to nato. >> we were very confident that the coalition that we were part of will be capable of succeeding in its mission and pushing back. colonel gadhafi's forces. >> secretary of state hillary clinton and other top administration officials came up to capitol hill to brief lawmakers on libya. leaders from both parties say the president's address monday left a lot of unanswered questions. >> this is the debate that congress should be willing to have. whether the president should have consulted and whether this is in our
CSPAN
Mar 3, 2011 11:00pm EST
for tonight. [applause] [applause] >> next, administrator lisa jackson testified before the house appropriations committee about the 2012 budget for the environmental agency. : environmental protection agency urges congress not to cut the epa budget. a bill passed by the house more than doubles the cuts proposed by the president. a big part of the house appropriations subcommittee hearing also centers on the epa's authority to regulate greenhouse gases under the clean air act. this is three hours. >> hearing will come to order. good morning and welcome to fired meeting and the first budget hearing of the 2012 season for the subcommittee on interior environment related agencies. i'm pleased to kick off the 2012 debate with the environmental protection agency whose programs and funding are of interest to the subcommittee. administrator jackson, thank you for being here this morning and testifying on the 2012 budget proposal. we find ourselves at a critical juncture as we begin to focus on our work for fiscal year 2012 while we continue to finish the 2011 budget. the over spending ha
CSPAN
Mar 4, 2011 12:53am EST
's a great pleasure, administrator jackson to be with you, to be involved in the situation with you. i want to commend you for their courageous way in which you applied the epa and the kinds of things you've been able to do quickly already in the kinds of circumstances you've inherited and had to deal with. your mission is to protect human health and the environment and that is exactly what should've been working to do. so i deeply applaud you for it. i think i work on the clean air act particularly a sydney mines, keeping people healthier and massive result providing enormous benefits across the country and in our economy. so as you know, very clearly, we need a strong epa to save her children, safeguard the community and safeguard our future. there is a recent series of article in "the new york times" which were fascinating and are producing a significant amount of new information that is presented in ways that are more understandable than they have been in the past for many people. in fact, stories like little or no testing for radioactive levels and radio to the above those levels can b
ABC
Mar 9, 2011 4:30am PST
. also jackson to south 880 is blocked, as well as south 880 to jackson. a live shot of the san mateo bridge. traffic is fine, flowing well across the span in both directions and no trouble right now on 680 and walnut creek. it's quiet through contra costa county. eric, kristen. >> frances, thank you very much for the info. >> surprising numbers from the first of a kind census of a population off the coast. >> east bay neighbors plan to >>> good morning, everyone. 4:42 on the abc 7 morning news. take a look outside from our roof cam in high definition. what do you see? you see the bay and the bay bridge. what don't you see? you don't see any rain. that's a good thing. mike with the forecast in just a couple minutes. >> a public meeting between state senator allen korbut and caltran takes place this morning in fremont over the cutting down of trees along miles canyon road. caltran says it's a necessary part of the project to widen and improve the road. they cut 70 native trees from the alameda creek in the first part of the project. but environmental groups say it's destructiontive and
ABC
Mar 23, 2011 11:35pm PDT
close friendship with michael jackson. she is the godmother of two of his children. >> michael jackson and i are so close because neither one of us had a childhood. and we can relate to that. and wonder at how we got by. >> reporter: over the years, she said good-bye to many of her closest friends. all the while, battling health problems herself. skin cancer, hip replacements, a benign brain tumor. and at the very end, congestive heart failure, which ultimately took her life. >> there have been so many lessons, life and death lessons, emotional lessons. i have my friends, i have my children and i have no idea what's going to happen tomorrow. no one does. >> reporter: and take each day? >> take each day as it comes. and if it's a bad day the next day, just hang in. >> reporter: terry, the elizabeth taylor i knew was honest and salty and even broady sometimes. unlike almost everyone else, including me, she never wrote her all biography. but when i asked her once what she wanted on her tombstone, she told me, "here lies elizabeth, she hated being called liz, but she lived." >> she certain
KFSF
Mar 3, 2011 6:00pm PST
culpa, a un borrachazo, y dicen que michael jackson, fue castrado, y qué hizo niurka marcos. y nadie se mueva, las primeras declaraciones deela león, y su divorcio. >>> sigue aquí en telefutura, tu mejor opción de las noches, no te pierdas laura, a la 7-6 centro, y seguido por cine de las estrellas, y a las diez-9 centro, india, en capítulos decisivos, ynadie se quiere perder. >>> ve a hacer tus maletas ya. ♪ ♪. ♪. >>> señores, aquí estamos, comentando quién es la mexicana, que confesó la infidelidad al marido, más adelante, la va a oír. >>> y vámonos con mi compadre que tiene el nuevo capítulo de niurka marcos. >>> si, esto se parece, a un amor apatico, se parece entre el yamor y odio, cuando le preguntaronuál era el beso que más le gustó, vean. >>> los que doy son muy ricos, de acá para allá, me respondel sabroso, son inolvidables, los que doy. >>> y algunos hay memorables. >>> bueno, bueno, les mando un saludo a juanito. >>> así describía su ex juan osorio. >>> y miren cómo respondió bobby liario. >>> no sé, no sé, ni me interesa, los mejores besos les do
KFSF
Mar 25, 2011 6:30pm PDT
. es donde descansan los restos de quien fuera su gran amigo. el desaparecido cantante michael jackson. elficial de la policía de logren del nos explica en donde le informaron a las autoridades que descansarían l restos de esta gran actriz. ante la preguntaed sobre los rumores que el cuerpo de elizabeth taylor descansarían el mismo mausoleo donde descansa el cuerpo de michael jackson, este oficial nos explica con detalles. >>> después de 2 horas bajo el ritual judío los familiares salieron del cementerio. sin dar ningún tipo de declaraciones. a los que nos contra bans ahí presento tes. soy ángel de los santoss. y ahora regreso a las cámaras con ustedes allá. a los estudios. >>> gracias a ángel. cumplió su deseo de llegar 15 minutos antes. así lo hacia normalmente. siempre llevaba tarde a los eventos que era vino tad. y se iba antes que concluyera la celebración o entrega de los premios. se sentía como parte de la realeza de hollywood ser tratados como reyes y reinas. hacia para marcar una pauta. fui porque quiero que sepan que estoy pn diente de todo. si tan por ahí. hu
CBS
Mar 18, 2011 11:00pm PDT
the wildcats played memphis in the ncaa tournament. will barton steals the inned bound pass, but joe jackson is in for the foot back. memphis is down for just one point. they foul jackson with five seconds left, so he made the first, intentionally missed the second. rebounded and chance to tie it for in new block. the man who would have gone to memphis ended up winning it for arizona. they will play text next. georgetown leading scorer. rams came out bombing. they made 15 of 25 from long distance. joely rodriguez will give you a lead. they are headed into the round of 32 after many questioned whether they could be in the tournament at all. he had a college named after him and now everybody is talking am a little rev lyings of their known against villanova. nova up 1. george mason stepped back to give the colonials a two point lead. final chance for ngo nova. >>> george mason making the statement. we are back and ready. >> and? the founding father is smiling down. >> i have been forced into a lot of comparisons. this is my favorite shirt and i would like to ignore who else says. this is one
KRON
Mar 29, 2011 5:00pm PDT
provide a calendar with specific. jackson also said anderson told them it views them accordingly if that they would not show it on a drug test. the chair may come adjacent brother and now the warmer, be player also talked at length about his relationship with anderson and highly paid thousands of dollars received for towards enhancing drugs. also on the stand withstand the former giants baseball trainer. he talked about how bonds started having acne and more lean muscle. tucson's of steroid use. he also mentioned how we didn't want anderson in the clubhouse and thought he was inadequate as a trainer. but when he went to giants management he didn't receive the backing to keep anderson out. the trial resumes on monday with more former baseball players expected to testify. stay with kron 4 for continuing coverage of the bonds perjury trial, coming up at 5:25 p.m. we will hear from legal analyst michael cardozo about what today's testimony means of what's ahead later this week. we'll be right back. >>now, here is gabe slate, with some tech news. japan's prime minister said his countr
FOX
Mar 27, 2011 11:00pm PDT
angeles in 1997. >> reporter: elizabeth taylor arrived on the arm of michael jackson. it was a grand entrance just days before her birthday and upcoming brain surgery. jackson composed a new song called elizabeth for the event, a celebration of her life with proceeds benefiting the elizabeth taylor a.i.d.s. foundation. fans gathered to cheer the actress and stars paid tribute to the living legend. >> she's been brave. she's raised a lot of money for things that matter. >> she took all of that, her beauty, the glamour and channeled it into raising money for the great crisis of our age. it's something that is really well deserved. >> reporter: she met taylor more than 50 years ago, making the film that would make her a star. >> do you think a race like this is won by luck? >> no, by knowing that i can win. >> like every young man at that time, i fell in love with elizabeth taylor. >> oh, rick! how long does this have to go on, this punishment? >> well, cleopatra is the classic. i like that one the best. >> i love you. i've loved you since the first moment i saw you. >> reporter: oscar
PBS
Mar 17, 2011 12:00am PDT
to the photo shoot, michael jackson passed away and -- we put michael jackson's greatest hits on the truck and during this photo shoot, we were listening to michael. tavis: since you went there, it raises the question, given you are so much in your sound and give a little bit of different influences. >> me first? tavis: sure. if meghan doesn't mind. >> go ahead. >> at a very young age my parents listened to classic country music. patsy cline, willie nelson and my brother was 12 years older than me and listened to 1970's rock and roll. tavis: little bit of everything. how about you meghan? >> i grew up in new orleans. tavis: i knew what you listened to. >> i had soul influence and when i turned 14, my mom helped me put a band together and i started playing. i mean everything. dolly parton was my first love, aretha franklin and the music can make you feel something when you hear it. tavis: i mentioned the story at the top about how this thing really happened. >> we were doing a radio interview the other day and we told the story how we met in the karaoke sounds like a story that was made up.
SFGTV
Mar 3, 2011 3:30pm PST
contemporary art forward. the jackson pollock exhibition in 1945 is a perfect example of that. our founding director was deeply interested in abstraction and was engaged in dialogue with the guggenheim about bringing the jackson pollack showed to the west coast. the original price for the painting, $750. are directors thought that was too much of a stretch before the board of trustees, so she convinced them to reduce the price to firefighter dollars. it was just -- to $500. it was what was needed to persuade the board. it is a very subjective history of art. it has been very much shaped by the individuals involved with the museum over the years. in 1935, would start with the gallery with works that came in through albert bender, one of our founding trusties. when we opened our doors in 1935, 181 of the 186 pieces in our permanent collection had been gifted. >> what are the names that pop out as the museum evolved? >> we have another gallery that looks at the theories that the museum has since the late 1980's. we focus on a particular aspect of that program that developed under one of art cu
SFGTV
Mar 4, 2011 10:30am PST
? any public comment? ms. jackson? >> espinola jackson. i did not know i would be jumping up so much today. i really hope that you pass on this. 15 years have passed. we have had several directors. the process has been really, really slowed down, and like you said, things have been happening, and i am glad that i was here today so that i could whisper in my baby's ear. i have been working on this since the 1970's. i heard her say that you have been out there. we need to really get the work going. thank you very much. president vietor: ok, any other further public comment? if you did state your name for the record, sir? >> my name is larry wong. i represent the collective bargaining unit for the engineer's and technical people. the past couple of months, kerin has approached local 21. at two of the meetings, we gave presentations. last week, we talked about the work scope. at this point, local 21 supports the rfp conditionally. it was involved in the resources of the puc staff, equipment, a final review of plans, reviewing training requirements, but making sure things are up to snuff,
SFGTV
Mar 14, 2011 1:30pm PDT
avalos: thank you very much. next speaker, please. ace washington and espinoal jackson. >> my name is greg docks with a service to the board of supervisors in the community, also to the mayor's administration. i just want to say i was watching the legislation on the cutting edge. this by far is the one that has seen implementation with the sincerity of making it work. looking at the culture across the country -- osiris is pro union. we support the unions. we just do not support what happens behind the doors. it is time for the unions to come forth and start implementing. i am not saying all unions are the same across the board, but the ones we have identified. we have everything in place. i am calling out to the cbo's to understand we have to collectively work together. the city officials, the mayor's office -- they have been doing work to make sure this works. we need to work collectively to make this work. it is like a chain in a bicycle. you get one snag and it can stop the process. now the ball is in the community's court, let us get this thing going. >> my name is washington
NBC
Mar 24, 2011 11:00pm EDT
the doctor accused of michael jackson's death? that is the first question the judge asked the jurors today as the trial of dr. conrad murray began. he's accused of giving michael jackson a lethal dose of anesthesia just before the king of's death. he has pleaded not guilty. the case is expected to last up to two months. opening statements began in may. chris brown says he's disappointed by the way he acted following an interview on "good morning america," this week. he had a meltdown after he was asked about the assaults on his former girlfriend. he threw a chair in his dressing room which broke a window. he apologized to anyone who was offended by his actions. >> here is what is happening in annapolis, the house has given the state budget the go ahead and it relies on $70 million in fee increases and cuts. it now heads to the senate where tax increases are on the table. both the house and senate passed legislation giving the governor a deadline whether to paroled inmates who are serving life sentences. this gives the governor 180 days. another issue sparking a lot of debate across the sta
NBC
Mar 31, 2011 6:00pm EDT
was arrested at his home yesterday. police believe he shot and killed willie jackson in a drug deal. jackson was pronounced dead at northwest hospital center. right now, lewis is being held at the baltimore county detention center without bail. and annapolis police are claiming an alleged abduction attempt. a 16-year-old said she was walking to her school bus stop around 7:00 a.m. this morning when a man tried to a doctor. the girl was able to get away safely. area schools were notified. there is no word tonight on a description of the suspect. >> a bittersweet day he read wbal as one of our colleagues had to southwest florida. >> and we go to the circus to see a very familiar ring master. >> see how the weather falls into place for the baltimore area. right now, at 42 at the airport, 45 at the inner harbor. >> a freshman in high school is the nationwide a winner of the invent and invest contest. he invented a bass guitar drawn using wood, a 5 gallon bucket, and rubber bands. his winning prize is a trip for four to universal studios, tickets to meet the blue man group. also, he gets $5,000 a
Search Results 0 to 49 of about 761 (some duplicates have been removed)